The Faculty in Residence program at the University of Oregon means that faculty members and their families live in the residence halls. You will see Debra Thompson (aka Dr. T) making breakfast and talking about politics with students on Sunday mornings at the community kitchen in Kalapuya Ilihi.
Having connections and meaningful conversations with faculty members is one of the keys to student engagement and success. The Faculty in Residence program is one more way to bring the college experience home to you at the UO.
While there are currently two faculty members in residence at the UO with a third planned when Bean Hall is renovated, there are also faculty fellows that support each residence hall on campus.
Associate Professor, Political Science
I am a professor in political science and a faculty member in residence, which means that I’m here to help you succeed both academically and personally. I’ve spent a lot of time advising undergraduate students and I can help you figure out what major fits your interests, how to manage your time, striking a decent work-life balance, or just finding your place in the community we’re building here together.
You’ll be able to find me most mornings hanging around the front lobby. Come say hi! Or you can email me at email@example.com to set up a time to talk.
Senior Instructor, German
Stop by and practice some phrases auf Deutsch with Matthias, or ask questions about college life, travel, music, or whatever is on your mind. You can also email Matthias at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a time to talk.